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how to get perfect tension - tutorial for resetting the tension on your sewing machine. This may come in handy for my old hand-me-down machine I have.
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Voodoo Molly Vintage: Sewing Machine Tension Service - get perfect tension
Voodoo Molly Vintage: Sewing Machine Tension tutorial
I have a hard time with tension on sewing machines. How to get perfect tension - tutorial for resetting the tension on your sewing machine
Modern Girls & Old Fashioned Men
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Interesting... All the alphabet letters and numerals can be found in this diagram.
All the letters and numbers in one diagram! A very cool tattoo idea...
Monogram of the alphabet - Super awesome! This picture makes up every book you have every read and ever will read.
Unique tattoo idea - monogram of the alphabet - This picture makes up every book you have every read and ever will read.
Vintage monogram of alphabet and numbers. This would be a good piece of art for conversation. Click on the site and each letter will be highlighted one at a time.
This monogram contains all the numerals and letters of the English language. I want a tattoo of it.
Crafty in Crosby: Solar Lights - DIY Quick Fix
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Crafty in Crosby: Solar Lights - DIY Quick Fix TAKE SOME FOR THE EVENING - SEE IDEA BELOW TO PUT IT IN AN UPSIDE DOWN FLOWER POT AS A HOLDER
Look for the screw that holds the light together which is not part of light stake itself. Unscrew and SLOWLY pull the two pieces apart. Looky there! A single AA battery! Yep, that is what gets charged by the sun during the day so that it glows at night! Replace the old batteries in each of your solar lights and WHA-LA...a beautiful night comes together in your yard
Garden - Solar Lights - DIY Quick Fix~ this is such an easy to do fix..... read on.
Crafty in Crosby: Solar Lights - DIY Quick Fix SLOWLY pull the two pieces apart. Looky there! A single AA battery! Yep, that is what gets charged by the sun during the day so that it glows at night
Bones in the body. I want one of these!!
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Anatomy in high school was the first class that interested me. I found myself wanting to get to class early and begging for my teacher to tell me new things that doctors have discovered in the medical field. My fascination in anatomy made it easier for me to learn word association and study all of the difficult terminology that was required for me to learn. For example, all 206 bones in the human body.
I hate skeleton stuff but I appreciate this one: Bones! And, I plan to learn them soon... Anatomy & Physiology, here I come!
THE BODY – A cool way to learn bones of human #anatomy. #nursing
Bones in the body. Kids may need this for school someday! For brookie the science buff
Has anyone tried this?? As a makeup primer, Monistat anti-chafing gel (at 6 dollars) has the same active ingredients as Smashbox's Primer (selling for 36 dollars) - The Monistat actually does a BETTER job keeping my makeup on and filling in fine lines and pores - keeps skin soft and smells great too.
My Vanity Basics: Monistat Chafing Gel VS. Smashbox Photo Finish Primer As a makeup primer, Monistat anti-chafing gel (at 6 dollars) has the same active ingredients as Smashbox's Primer (selling for 36 dollars) - The Monistat actually does a BETTER job keeping my makeup on and filling in fine lines and pores - keeps skin soft and smells great too.
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Monistat gel as cheap face primer
Blogger says - As a makeup primer, Monistat anti-chafing gel (at 6 dollars) has the same active ingredients as Smashbox's Primer (selling for 36 dollars) - The Monistat actually does a BETTER job keeping my makeup on and filling in fine lines and pores - keeps skin soft and smells great too... weird
Makeup Primer: Monistat Anti Chaffing Gel; Has the same active ingredients as Smashbox! // #Makeup
How to do custom lettering without a fancy machine or carbon paper...i love smart people. So simple even I COULD DO IT :)
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How to do custom lettering without a fancy machine or carbon paper. I love smart people. So simple even I could do it! :)
Fancy lettering without having a fancy machine!
How to do custom lettering without a fancy machine or carbon paper...i love smart people. So simple even I COULD DO IT :) - Click image to find more DIY Crafts Pinterest pins
How to do custom lettering without a fancy machine or carbon paper... Holly Lawrie Craft Ideas
DIY custom lettering without a fancy machine or carbon paper.
Popcorn Bar. What a neat idea on a small or large scale.
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Popcorn bar - love this "make your own" movie party idea
Popcorn bar: great "make your own" party snack. This is perfect for birthday parties, slumber parties, movie night, family reunions, etc.
Popcorn bar: great "make your own" party snack, perfect for slumber parties, movie night, #Party Ideas| http://partyideacollections.blogspot.com
This could be cute for the s'mores bar
A glass that fits my needs.
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"The Ultimate Wine Glass" | 24 Household Items You Won't Believe You Don't Own Yet. Too funny!
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When you use Wine Bottle Glass it holds a full bottle of wine so you’ll only have to fill it up once! So no more judgmental looks from family and friends on how times many times you have filled your wine glass! An awesome and funny gift for wine lovers! Holds a 750ml full bottle of wine. Genius!
Giant Wine Bottle Wine Glass great gift idea.
Giant Wine Bottle Wine Glass Details:Stop going back for another glass and just take entire bottle with you! Perfect for the wine-loving guy or girl who just can't get enough, this giant wine glass holds a full-sized 750ml bottle of wine! The bottom of this large wine glass is shaped like a wine bottle...but the top is molded to look like a regular wine drinking glass. Useful for red or whites, this wine bottle glass is a hilarious gift for the bachelorette or birthday girl. The phrase “Finally! A wine ...
For later toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training!
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Ha! If you've potty trained a toddler, you know why this is genius. I'm unsure if my boys would have followed this guide, but it's worth a try, right? Pinner wrote, "For toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training!" #kids #parenting
For later toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training! #pottytraining
Good idea for the little ones. Gives children a visual limit of how much toilet paper they should take when they use the potty.
The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training! The Virtuous Wife: "You Shall Not Pass" Toilet Paper Sign! Good idea for when it's time to PT Ally
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My brother and I found the Star Wars Easter egg when he was demonstrating our new DVD play's zoom feature to our mother :D
et in star wars and yoda in et. they are from the same planet. george lucas and steven spielberg epic
GET THE FUCK OUT!!! ET was in star wars!? Mind blown!!!
ET in Star Wars and Yoda in ET. Makes my inner geek smile
Lay a thin strip of "backsplash" tile in between the large tiles, instead of just using grout.
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I would like to do this with my kitchen tile backsplash... Lay a thin strip of "backsplash" tile in between the large tiles, instead of just using grout.
Could mirror the thin glass tile from above the subway tile... Lay a thin strip of "backsplash" tile in between the large tiles, instead of just using grout. pretty!
For Master Bath - Lay a thin strip of "backsplash" tile in between the large tiles, instead of just using grout.
Lay a strip of thin tile used for backsplash in between the floor tiles. Bathroom floor?
dishrack to store lids...lots of dishracks at thrift stores!
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Use a dish drainer to organize pot lids, or Tupperware lids in a cabinet. Plus a ton of other things to do around the house.
Use a dish drainer to organize and hold all those lids to plastic containers!
Tupperware plastic lids in dish rack ~ In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks- Part 2!
Helpful tips --such as using a dish drainer (any size) for lids
In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks- Part 2! 1. Donna from over at As The Card Rack Turns shared some great tips in her This, That and The Other Post- this one is my fave! Use a dish drainer to organize pot lids, or Tupperware lids in a cabinet. You can find them in all sizes now, to fit almost any cabinet, and they are super cheap at the dollar store!
really useful household tips, ie: organize tupperware lids with a dish drying rack
Storing gift wrap with wire closet shelving - smart!
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Wrapping paper storage idea - uses dead space in a closet
wrapping paper storage idea - make use of wasted closet space.
Wrapping paper storage. This totally uses dead space in the closet and makes it easily accessible. Could use two tension rods?
Where to store that Christmas paper? Store gift wrap with wire closet shelving ... Could also just use tension rods.
Gift Wrap Storage Idea - Wire Closet Shelving - We do need to do this! I have too much wrapping paper...
LOVE!! outdoor tic tac toe
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outdoor tic tac toe game for the kid's gardens.
Outdoor tic tac toe - cute for a children's garden #outdoorfun #kids #game
tictac This is great for kids!
Outdoor Tic Tac Toe via Live In Art: Ten Natural Garden Ideas For kids
LOVE!! outdoor tic tac toe #crafts for kids #outdoor #backyard #games
How to Find the BEST Deals at Target
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target deals target clearance shopping tips Best Kept secrets
strategies for saving money at Target - plus Markdown Schedule: MONDAY: kids’ clothing, stationery (office supplies, gift wrap), electronics TUESDAY: women’s clothing, domestics WEDNESDAY: men’s clothing, toys, health & beauty THURSDAY: lingerie, shoes, housewares FRIDAY: cosmetics, housewares, automotive
Target deals target clearance shopping tips secrets. EVERY Target shopper NEEDS to know this: If the price ends in 8, it will be marked down again. If it ends in a 4, it's the lowest it will be. Target's mark down schedule. - MONDAY: Kids’ Clothing, Stationery (office supplies, gift wrap), Electronics. TUESDAY: Women’s Clothing and Domestics. WEDNESDAY: Men’s Clothing, Toys, Health and Beauty. THURSDAY: Lingerie, Shoes, Housewares. FRIDAY: cosmetics. This is maybe the best pin EVER
Spade bit storage
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Drill Bit Storage Idea
Here’s the Cadillac of drill bit racks. It comes with a sizing index to check round work pieces and the bits themselves for drilling the exact corresponding hole. The length of the rack is up to you. See: Clever Tool Storage Ideas
Loose washer/nut storage using shower curtain rings
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Lots of nice repurposed garage storage ideas after link. Pictured: shower rings for washer/nut organization.
Store Washers and Nuts on Shower Curtain Rings, plus 10 Creative Recycling Ideas for Convenient Garage Storage and Organization
Nut and Washer Organization/Storage Idea - Old-fashioned shower curtain rings ($2 for a 12-pack at a home center) can organize and conveniently display nuts and washers on your pegboard. this would be great for the pit, not need to haul out the hardware boxes, just use these and fill them up again when we're not so busy....could also be used for hair ties etc.
Creative recycling ideas and clever designs help prevent your hardware from rusting and offer efficient and eco friendly garage storage solutions. The little things make a huge difference, adding more
Garage Organization DIY | ... Recycling Ideas for Convenient Garage Storage and Organization
31 Ways to Earn Extra Cash | Money Saving Mom®
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31 Ways to Earn Extra Cash Before Christmas: Market Research and Focus Groups (Day 18) | Money Saving Mom®
Some cool ideas
extra money ideas
31 Ways to Earn Extra Cash Before Christmas: I'm all bout this!!! I already earn free amazon gift cards from her tip#2...here are 30 more to add to my list!!!!
31 Ways to Earn Extra Cash Before Christmas. But more importantly a great blog about saving money.
31 Ways to Earn Extra Cash Before Christmas: Make Money Selling Your Used Books (Day 9) | Money Saving Mom®
The Best Places to Hide Money : Conversation with a Burglar
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The Best Places to Hide Money I had quite the interesting conversation this weekend with a person who happened to be a former burglar. It was great timing because I was wondering if something like the skid mark underwear for hiding money would really work. I also figured that if you wanted to know the best place to hide your money from a burglar, a former burglar was the person to ask. I started off simply and was not surprised by the answer to the question “where is the best place to hide your money?” “At the bank,” he said with a sly grin When I rephrased and asked where the best place to hide money and valuables in the house would be if you had such items there, I was taken a bit by surprise by his answer: “It doesn’t matter how clever you think you are or where you hide it in your house, if I have enough time, I would be able to find where you stash your valuables,” he said bluntly. He then explained that what was much more important than the actual place where you hide your valuables is that you understand a burglar’s motivations. Basically, he has two: 1. To steal your money and valuables 2. To get out of the house as quickly as possible with these goods When you begin to think of it from this perspective, how you should hide your money changes a bit. Obviously, you don’t want to leave all your money in the places where the burglar will first look: dresser drawers, drawers by phones, desks, closets, a safe (if not bolted down), boxes, jewelry boxes, purse, etc.). That being said, you also don’t want to hide all of your money too well for the following reason: “If I can’t find money and valuables in the normal places I usually find them, I would continue to tear the house apart until I found something. Remember, the first rule is to to steal money and valuables. We’ll keep looking until we find something.” Your best strategy, then, is to actually leave some money in obvious places for the burglar to quickly find (the same applies if you keep all your money in the bank). This can not only save your other stash of money, but may actually keep the burglar from destroying your place as he looks for where you have hidden your money. If they believe they may have found the cash that you have in the house, they are much less likely to keep looking (remember, they want to get out asap). In the end, if you hide all your money well, you may win a moral victory in not letting the burglar find the money, but you’ll likely have much more damage done to your place that will end up costing you more in the long run. The next obvious question was “How much money should you leave for the burglar to find?” “It depends on the area where you live. If you are in a upscale community and only leave $100, I would assume there is more and keep looking. In a different part of town $100 would convince me I found all the money that was there and leave.” When it comes to hiding valuables, his suggestion is to mark an envelope in an easily accessible drawer or with files by your computer with “Bank Safe Deposit Box” on the outside and a list of items on the inside. This will tip off the burglar that your most valuable items are stored at the bank and will discourage him from tearing up your house looking for them. So the question of where is the best places to hide money still hadn’t been answered? His number one recommendation for money was in toys in a young child’s room. As he explained, young children don’t have money, they have an abundance of toys and most parents don’t trust a child around money. Therefore, parents will rarely hide money there. In addition, when money is hidden, it is usually hidden away neatly and securely — a child’s room is rarely a neat place making it an unlikely place for money to be hidden. Plus with all the stuff in a child’s room, it is not someplace that a burglar can search quickly and get out (rule #2). If you have a safe, it should be professionally bolted down so it can’t easily be removed. If you leave some token money for the burglar to find in the places they normally look for money, then anyplace you wouldn’t normally consider a place to hide valuables will usually keep those valuables safe. The underside of trash cans, inside laundry detergent, inside false packaging (but only if the packaging appears real and is in the appropriate place – “When you find a Campbell’s soup can in the bedroom, you have a pretty good idea there is money inside”) were some examples he gave. And my question of whether the skid mark underwear would be a good place to hide money? He laughed. “I haven’t heard of that, but I doubt I would have touched something like that had I seen it.” You also need to be smart about where you hide the money. He related one time a person had left wads of money inside the empty battery areas of electronics around the house. The problem was that although he had not found the hidden money at first, the electronics themselves were worth money and he took those to sell. Only when he got home and was checking that everything worked did he find the hidden cash. The person hid the money well, but not in a good place. One last tip from a personal finance angle – if you do hide money someplace around the house, make sure that your significant other (or someone close) knows where your hiding place is. If something unfortunate happens to you and nobody knows where your hidden stash is, it’s unlikely that they will be able to find it if a burglar isn’t able to find it. Worse, it could very easily be accidentally thrown away depending on where it is hidden.
The Best Places to Hide Money: Conversation with a Burglar (interesting article by a thief about hiding things in your home)
Best places to hide items, per a conversation with a burglar.
The Best Places to Hide Money : Conversation with a Burglar With my previous post The Best Place To Hide Money – Conversation With A Burglar being one of my most popular posts ever on this site, there wasn’t any hesitation when I was at another gathering over the weekend and spotted the former burglar that had given me the information. I went straight up to him and asked if I could talk with him for awhile. This is what I learned from the second conversation we had: Most people don’t understand the motivation of why the burglar is stealing. As he explained: 99% of the burglars on the street aren’t like the ones you see in the movies where stealing is their chosen profession. They are motivated by more sinister reasons. They are part of organized crime, they are part of a gang or, as in my case at the time, they are drug addicts. When you realize that you are most likely hiding your money away from people described above and not the professional burglars you see in the movies and on TV, it gives a different perspective of where you absolutely shouldn’t be hiding your money. What he explained was that when people hide their money, they usually think of a place where they would never look themselves instead of where a burglar is unlikely to find the money. Take, for example, the back of the closet in a box where he said he often found valuables. For the person who is hiding the money or valuables, this is an inconvenient place and it takes effort to get to. Since all the boxes in front of it have meaning and therefore need to be carefully placed aside before reaching the box that contains valuables in the back, it seems like an inconvenient place to access. For the burglar, however, the boxes in front have no meaning and he will simply throw them aside without a second thought making it quite easy to access that hiding place. As the conversation continued, the former burglar mentioned “bonus places” he sometimes found money. These were places that he always looked that an average homeowner might consider a good place to hide money, but it wasn’t money that he was after. If there happened to be money there, however, it was a nice, unexpected bonus. All burglars have habits and there were certain places I always checked for a specific reason – I was a drug addict. I’m sure that other burglars have their particular search areas beyond the obvious drawers and closets, but I bet that most search these areas, too. These are the areas he always searched and the reason why you don’t want to hide money there: Toilets: While this might seem like an unlikely place for a burglar to look, in the toilet bowl tank (as well as all the area round the toilet) is one place that he always took the time to look: “In and around the toilet is where a lot of people hide their drugs. The tank seems an especially popular place, but I will also search boxes of tampons, toilet paper rolls, potpourri… If it is in the vicinity of the toilet and looks like drugs could be hidden there, I would look.” Cereal Boxes: As with the toilet, “Cereal boxes are another place where a lot of people like to hide drugs. I’m sure that the people who didn’t have drugs in their house wondered why there was cereal spread all over their kitchen after I robbed them.” Refrigerator & Freezer: The refrigerator may be another place that would seem unlikely for a burglar to investigate, but as he pointed out, “Many drugs last longer when refrigerated so big stashes end up in the refrigerator. Prescription drugs could also be found in the refrigerator.” Medicine Cabinet: As with the refrigerator, “The medicine cabinet would usually be filled with prescription drugs that could be just as valuable on the street (or for self use) as illegal drugs.” Bed: “I would toss everything surrounding the bed. I’d check pillows, between the mattresses, under the bed and inside anything close to the bed. This is often where people would hide their guns.” As mentioned in the previous article, the best place to keep money is at the bank, but if you do decide to stash some extra cash at home in case of an emergency, you now know that these possible hiding places are not where you want to hide your money.
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Tension trick: To test your bobbin tension pull up on thread. Thread should unwind just slightly and bobbin case should drop an inch or two. If thread unwinds without resistance and case slips to the floor, your bobbin tension is too loose. If bobbin case doesn't budge, your bobbin tension is too tight. To tighten bobbin tension, turn tiny screw on the bobbin case a smidgen clockwise. To loosen bobbin tension, turn screw counterclockwise quarter turn or less.
A tensioning trick you may not know - blog - fabric store | portland, oregon | cool cottons I use this all the time. Another tip, have more than one bobbin case. I have three, one for fine threads (60, 80, 100 wt), one for medium threads (35, 40, 50) one for really thick threads and specialty bobbin work threads.
How to clean your candle jars of wax once the candle is done. Great to reuse in the bathroom for cotton balls or q-tips
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Old candle jar - good for Q tips or cotton balls
Remove wax from old candle jars: put jar in freezer, chip away frozen wax, remove residue from glass with vinegar, baby oil, or olive oil, wash with soap & water, fill with whatever your heart desires!
re-use old candle jars for things like cotton balls or q-tips: place the candle in the freezer for at least 1 hour, this will freeze remaining wax. Then take a dull knife & break wax apart, remove wax and any jar labels, clean out remaining gunk w/ paper towel & vinegar, baby oil, olive oil, or orange solvent, rinse with soapy water, dry w/ paper towel then use for storage!
How to Remove Residual Candle Wax From Candle Jars If you like to recycle and reuse stuff, here's one more tip for you--reuse old candle jars!
Great idea for bathroom storage. Old candle jars! How to get the wax out...
FEMA: Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.
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Disaster preparedness: Ready: Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed.
Ready: Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed. FEMA emergency preparedness
Get Tech Ready: Safety Tip: Keep extra batteries for your phone in a safe place or buy a solar-powered or hand crank charge
Ready: Prepare. Plan. Stay Informed. FEMA emergency supplies list - Sandy preparedness 10.27.12
When you get out a new roll of toilet paper, place a few drops of your favorite essential oil in the cardboard tube of the toilet paper. This will release the scent of the oil each time the paper is used. RIDICULOUSLY good idea!!!
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5. Bathroom Air Freshener - Place a few drops of essential oil in the cardboard tube of the toilet paper roll. Each time the roll is used, the scent will be released. Instant freshness!
Fill your bathroom with an everlasting, fresh aroma! Simply place a few drops of essential oil (I use Lemongrass scent) onto the cardboard tube of your toilet paper roll. I guess I don't spin my toilet paper tube with the proper amount of vigor, this didn't work at all. Sad.
Bathroom idea-- Great for the guest bathrooms. Freshen the air with this handy trick. When you get out a new roll of toilet paper, place a few drops of your favorite essential oil in the cardboard tube of the toilet paper. This will release the scent of the oil each time the paper is used....
Place a few drops of essential oil (one pinner suggested lemongrass scent) onto the cardboard tube of your toilet paper roll to make your bathroom smell good. Not sure how well it works but it sounds like a good idea.
Do it yourself refills for any plug-in air freshener. Less expensive and better for your health!
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DIY plug in air fresheners.
How to refill Wallflowers with essential oils. Awesome tutorial, less awesome woo in the blog entry.
DIY Wallflower refills. (This may not be cheaper than buying Wallflowers, because it depends upon how much the essential oils cost and how long they last. I will have to do some research on that.)
reuse bath body works wallflowers ... holy cow do we have a zillion of these in a bag in the closet!
Wallflowers Refill DIY - use Essential Oils
Seriously? How smart is this? Photocopy the back of the item you want to hang, and then use the copy as the template of where to drill/screw/nail the holes. Clever, clever!!